Owls' Eye

Owls' Eye

Owls cannot move their eyes. This is because their eyes are not balls, but cylinders that are held in place by bones called sclerotic rings. This is also the reason why owls have evolved to be able to rotate their head 270 degrees left and right, and 90 degrees up and down.

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